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Home  >  Features  >  May 2021

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The Coronavirus Diaries: Exhausting and Often Heartbreaking

The Coronavirus Diaries: Exhausting and Often Heartbreaking

The Church of Scotland's mission partner in Nepal reflects on the loss of a friend, as the country battles with a surge in Covid-19 cases

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'A Cherished Part of the Church's Tradition'

'A Cherished Part of the Church's Tradition'

Interview with the Moderator-Designate to the 2021 General Assembly, the Rt Hon Baron Wallace of Tankerness.

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The Coronavirus Diaries: God Has Been Faithful To Us

The Coronavirus Diaries: God Has Been Faithful To Us

The Rev Dr Billy Gama, General Secretary of the Church of Central Africa Presbyterian (CCAP) Blantyre Synod, in Malawi, reports on how his church has coped with the pandemic

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Youth Column: 'Climate Change is Not Just a Trend'

Youth Column: 'Climate Change is Not Just a Trend'

Christine Meyer, a 17-year-old from Kintore Parish Church, calls on the Church to take action on climate change

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The Coronavirus Diaries: Thankful For What I Have

The Coronavirus Diaries: Thankful For What I Have

The Rev Claire Sixt-Gateuille from Paris says that the pandemic has made her aware of her privilege but conscious of those not so lucky, at home and abroad

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May Prayer

May Prayer

Spirit of God,
In a world still airless from lockdown,
Come, breathe new life into the way we live.

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